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Architecture Around the World Part 5 – Modern French Architecture

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France as a country of its own is renowned for its impeccable architecture, dating all the way back to around the 11th and 12th centuries, where cities were adorned in Romanesque styled architecture, up until now – where we enjoy structures such as the Champs- Élysées, the Palace of Versailles, Arenes de Nimes and Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris to name a few.

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Architecture Around the World Part 4 – Modern Scandinavian Architecture

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One of the more recent architectural styles to be recognised within the industry, modern Scandinavian architecture takes its influence from the works of Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and Finland. Blending both modern and historical aesthetics, this is a sleek style that blends simplicity and comfort with a focus on utilising natural light. While modern Swedish architecture and its counterparts are designed based on the unique climate of the region, it can easily be recreated in any location by working with the right architects.

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Mixed Use Architecture – Creating Cohesive Communities

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In a world that is thriving off of collaboration now more than ever, mixed use architecture has never been more of an important integration. One of the most effective ways to incorporate a diverse mix is by marrying concepts together in one building – providing space for a number of functionalities to take place simultaneously. This type of architecture explores the hidden potential of buildings and structures, more so in areas booming with urban design, showing us how the world as we know it is consistently progressing.

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Post Pandemic Design

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While the height of the pandemic is now years in the rearview, its effects on the world are still felt today. Whether it is the increased use of face masks or regular bottles of hand sanitizer placed in public spaces, these lingering elements remind us of a world that is forever changed. These changes are also prevalent in architecture, as architects are now more aware of the unique challenges created by lockdowns and social distancing. There has been a shift in post pandemic design as the world slowly recovers, with new innovations being born out of these challenging times.

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The Benefits of Building a Custom Home

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Nothing feels better than owning something that is uniquely yours, especially that of a custom built home, designed strategically to complement yours and your family’s lifestyle. Creating a custom home does come with a number of unique advantages that other buying options do not, and in this blog we are going to deep dive and explore the benefits of building a custom home.

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Your Luxury Home Part 5 – Luxury Kitchen Design Ideas

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For many, the kitchen is the heart of a home. Whether you are preparing a feast for you and your family or are whipping up something simple for a lunchtime snack, the kitchen allows us to bring our culinary creations to life. This means it is important for your home to feature a luxury kitchen design, as no one wants to be restricted by the functionality of a basic kitchen.

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